The strandline, where the sea meets the land, is a place in constant flux as the waves deposit their cargo on the shore. These salt prints of natural and man-made objects washed up on the beach, are quite literally imbued with a sense of place. They are made using seawater from the Atlantic Ocean near my home in the far west of Cornwall and are developed outside in the sunlight. In this series the labour-intensive skill of salt printing – the oldest photographic process – is combined with modern digital technology, transforming the casual, ephemeral phone photograph into a unique, hand-crafted artefact. Printed on 310gsm Arches Platine fine art paper.